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  1. yooper

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    Choate or warrior stock?
     
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    I think it's a warrior but not positive off hand.
     
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    1Alpha1 100% USDA certified abnormality-free.

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    Depends on who's looking for me.....and why.
    You guys be careful with those damn knives. You could put an eye out.............:rolleyes:
     
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    I'm pretty sure it's choate folder.
     
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    Mind got a cheap “ sporter “ stock from Cabelas.
     
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    A few of mine.........some used more than others but no closet queens.
     
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    1Alpha1 100% USDA certified abnormality-free.

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    Depends on who's looking for me.....and why.
    This one was made for me by a friend. He passed away a few months after it was done.

    I have extraordinarily large hands. He took measurements and made the knife to fit them. He was very good at making canoes and row boats by hand as well. Quite the craftsman.

    RIP Jack!

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    That’s great.
    A friend made a small one for me
     
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    1Alpha1 100% USDA certified abnormality-free.

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    Prior to making the knife, he took an etching / engraving course (I think that's what it's called) at the local community college.

    My knife was the 1st time he used what he learned. It's not perfect, but I wouldn't have it any other way.
     
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    What is the steel/brown 4th from the right model?
     
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    Im the 4th generation of my family to own Mercator k55k. Great grandfather got one from a german officer in WW1. They have been made the same way since 1867. Easy to carry, good quality.

     
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    Three knives I'll go anywhere with, my Buck 110, Buck 119 and Outdoor Edge Big Game Skinner.
     
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    A friend made me this knife about 20 years ago.

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    These are my pocket knives:
    I love the curved Opinel.
    But also the 'shepherd'; the Friedr. Herder Abr. Sohn (Solingen-Germany).
    The one with the chain, it was my first knife.
     
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